Client Questions Answered: What is the Difference Between Theft and Burglary

When you hear the words, “theft” and “burglary,” do they seem like they should mean the same thing? If so, then you aren’t alone in your thought processes. While there is an underlying theme that is the same in that both theft and burglary involve the taking of items that don’t belong to the person charged or that they don’t … Read More

An Introduction to Child Custody: Sole or Joint?

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When it comes to divorce, child custody is often one of the most contentious parts. Does one spouse have full custody or will the children go back and forth? What does it all mean? Which one is right for you? Legal vs. Physical Custody Before you can begin to look at full custody vs. shared custody, it is important to … Read More

Filing For Divorce 101: Where Do I Even Start?

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When it comes to divorce filing, there are few things more daunting than simply starting the process. In many cases, people would rather stay miserably married to the wrong person rather than go through the hassle of figuring it out. Fortunately, divorce paperwork is not as complex as you might think, especially when you enlist the help of a trusted … Read More

Parting Company in New Territory: A Look at Same-Sex Divorce Maryland

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Weddings are full of possibilities and hope for the future. For many same-sex couples, weddings are more than that. They are a recognition of their family unit by the state of Maryland, bounded by the legal rights and privileges afforded heterosexual couples for generations. But what happens when hope fades and the time comes to go your separate ways? Considering … Read More

Divorce: Battling it Out Across State Lines

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Sometimes one of the best ways to get a fresh start is to leave your spouse in another state and move. But picking up and starting over may be easier said than done when it comes to filing for and being granted a divorce. If you live in Maryland and your spouse lives in another state, there are a few … Read More

Understanding Juvenile Law

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What is Juvenile Law? In Maryland, the Juvenile Court system handles cases involving youths who are under the age of 18. In some instances, jurisdiction can stay with the Juvenile Court even after a child turns 18. In Maryland, Juvenile Court addresses different types of cases. Cases fall primarily within the following three categories: Delinquency, Children in Need of Assistance … Read More